The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00246

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wh fbe. This X.0M .by
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of this sectiba would really should t whM they
B a thes aot important thing, Ia derh. fIa2 or
the men of this section have been ptiad arOnd by
do not know enough about, military f.e to knoe What
inwhat their authority i and how to use It to
nfit, and keep morale within the section, among
t example; let an officer that carries a lot or *eight
civilian get a ticket for a.serdous violattIh and
so called leader Jump to get It forgttU M they
but let an airman get tatk tor.ai minM viola-
him get pulled acrom te vMW-. .
I gets run down by a peed te au deeM it make
we who It at the wheel.- asoma d o their
oeetueonw e up o St stt k
sc t ntwme efti 110 been in gra d
t *and the fZI tor ow
hothlhg dohe about eatn that -been
bit of our ectiot have made rank with l a tine ade.
i you think these men feel who haven't been on thM ar-
anything, and movie time in grade than a less deiable

about four months we had no hot water In our bahtacks,
tact was reported to almost everne, wti th ibe.
Stabout It, but we were ae Ian 1d j rt
laved plean, and znet for t. 6to or g


i good impresso, a" I YOu apn to sayt me
,t t Ike "Sorry -, areat mt, to ptk aere"
hk your pak, pleased t to wrong peuC, you
i Mour sif in the "booomdoek" ntil you learhuio to
Ing to and who not to.
say different, such as published by the security dept of
f re. I'd like to know just what the people that live In
Safaywould do If they knew just how Insecure they were,
h no ilt of the Air LPoW&. Pfr Instance during the holl-
E eatl t of patrols shold have added, along with
detail, but what happened? 2 toane.patrol,a 6 be-
errands the ot-er twob, get a cee
Sown area mule area. Nor-
en include tlht a a result t.he
I left unguarded:., ,
reported that We have a training L The resW6'
It a wheel Is present, we have a class. Seems they knew
wI be there. Most of the time the men don't even get
refresbed on what they have already been thought at
*=a m hs tshool that doe. no om* ang mod mo*i us


a wear. Result: Textile unem-
ploymen.t..
You don't hear much of
Joe Moody. He'sa the fellow
deals with John L. Lewis, so le
cameras usually are at the. otat
end of the tabll
After the reoeot coal
tons in the United Mine
eras' Union headquarters
spokesman, for the Iouhe
oal open a stepped Into ie
elevator. $ust ma te dft was
about to uB aut, M oo 71:
"Just a minute. NTr otten
my hat. I lost my I sie.
but I've no Intention ol,-ltung
my hat."
Meanwhile Harr Moses, chiet
negotiator for th. northern
mine owners ttlenid his tie as
the elevator went a -I .
"Well, I want 1 he
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service by sking plalnt.vley,
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v:a.w to 42:00 oon at her rest-
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Tmhe regular monthly meet-
ng -of th Morning Guld of
thbe Cathadral of St, Luke g
Janri t 9, tt90 a.m. and wil
be held at the home of Mrs.
Georje Matibben No. 2 Aqul-
lino de la Guardi, Panama CI-
chae. ionasoo Wl br I
charge of dte MakeUp orb Bible." ,i
Those desiring transportation
are asked to meet at Bishop
Moryls Hall at 'o:00 a.m.

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made t Weakfast p
7:30 qa -on.
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A New yeais Evep arty will
be held this evening at tIhe
foit Clayti Officers Club with
music furnished by member of
the .1lst AAm Ban d, o
prices and farOrs ill Jbe a t
of the eveaintl's entertainment.
College "INtTe
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Thornton and Mrs. S 5th
Colonel and Mr, J. den.
Alon si T" T o Sponsor
New YMreaosl eier
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soig.ae tas Tears Eve
Prt hL e at the An
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Prtl.ze, ,:,,, offered during
the ,'
New Tar Baa At Legion Club
Panama canal Post One,
Amerka' Legion is sponsoring
a w- nV s- BUll to be given
at h f Club ballroom in
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The annual' WaWtetnlght serv-
ice will be held at St. Pauls
Church tonight, starting at 10:30
There will be no church pIcnic
tomorrow, however, one Is being
Alefe d for. Jin, 10 at Chilibta
ODther s .eriees scheduled' for
thl week are as follows: Toptor-
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foreign mbtUaly. and economic
'iteand 2,5000,000,O or more
fothe atomc energy, program.
Theremalner-covierng evry-
thing from farm prices suiports
to payrolls andthenterest on
the national debt-will account
for another 20.00,000,000. This
figure has been more on less
stable for several years..
More than .baelff the anti-
cipated 1K94 expenditure' would
come from funds already ap-
propriated by previous .j -
grsses. The rest would .4
#f bom ew appropriations. .
Mr. Trumaebs budget. It s
learned, will include L reoquest
for about $74.000,000,0 In new
appropriation. Muph of this
money, wofld not be
spent ugtil later fiscal years..,
President elect .jlenoer
undotabtedly will sub it -0tilfl
recommendations to Congress to
new U tke- T ..nan ,h.. ba;
calr scout, Joseph It ot
has been keeping close taba,
the budget but has given no hint
Sthe new administration's feel-

Whave. olla t m rhaRt. weel
then nerlider the p i tit

will total ut7 b .r000w.
which will mean a deficit of a-
bout $L00,000,000.
Mr. Trumapn told a recent
news ponfqretee thtt this bud-
get-hls eighth-Is fair. honest
and as tight as possible.
Earlier eqtlmates set the total
spendinfgJigure for fiscal .1954 at
5,00.000.U00. This was cut tb
about. $8.01.000 .000 became of
a slowdown In defense spending.
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To all those wives who com-
plain that their lives are dull be-
"muM their husbands don't share
their experiences with them, but
come hole each night from the
qOtode wbrld and clam up about
ha ppe s of the day the
wife mght find interesting: Hov.
about loati s at it another wayi
instead of expecting your hus-
aMrW to add seat and tIterest to
yoW lfe and being discontented
bwt .he doesn't, why pot ask
yourself this important question:
What con I adding to my hus-
mWhen he comes home at
night, perhaps he has had
aough of the routine of the
worX-a-day world and is expect-
ing me to dld some different in-
terest to his life. Am I doing
that? .
Or am. T instead letting him'
come home to a woman who Is.
dull and disinterested but whoi
sure tha It can't be helped be-'
cause he has been "tied down"'
all day?
There Are Many Leisure Perioda.
Actually, usit how tied down,
has this wife bWn? She has had
to take share of children and do
housework, qf course.
But hbn't there been time for
Working .on eonAe project beyond
routine houseeping? Hasn't
there been time W read the pa-
pers, even perhaps, to read a few
chapters in a giOd hook?
Hasn't there beentizme to have
a neighbor- In or to do some
tho ugtful thing for a' friend in
trouble? Hasn't Chat, been time
to plan something special for
dinner, or something for the eve-
nina's entertainment?
Of course,there has been time
for some of those things. And If
some of them have been done a
woman will have a little sharing
to do herself when her husband
comes home.
A woman needs to be taken
Into her husband's wor1l of
course. But that Isn't the whole
story. A man -seeds to, be taken
into his wife's-worid, too.

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peprepred by statistical agencies in the countries shown. Using 1946 as the base year, NeWsals
above shows consumer price changes in the 12 nations for the years 1949 and 1952. Items chaies
in the survey were those that affected the consumer's market basket in each country. Data frm.
National Industrial Conlerence Board. ?,.


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IQt. 0777-D, Wllliamson Place.
MWi SALE.-Letter atr C i- $I,-
.00.00 0n ne f~dmai Will
sacrifice. Write ox..5035 Cnsto-
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Trevelng Saturday, -ritt sell Austin
Saloon, six weeks old, paid& $1,-
875, best offer above ..p 400
Scah. drive it away. PhanW" 479.


FOC* SALE:-195 tonitae alin.e
radio, hydroarmtic. Pdpulaor .oorsn,
blue ivory, $1,800. 1445-C.
Owen St.


FOR SALE--Plymeut -2-Door 1948
new paint, radio, Excellent condi-
tion. Tel, Jj,


FOR SALE tires aoil sizes
aemov" fr allM we
specialize it '.hd to sizes.
15th St. In tof V"II
Tejetro. So -'Ft. Nath ma
Freight Hmuse, Tel. 2J444,
FOR SALE:-"flrgoain" 1952 Dodgp
Sierra 4 door all metal Station
Wagon 13,000 miles, con be seen
at house 7585C Barnaby St. Bal-
boa, between 4 to 5 p. m. daily
until Friday, leaving country. See
Bob Covington.
economic ills and closer friend-
ly relations with the United
State
Later in the month the new
Assembly, which took ver the
same day Rem6n did, took a pot
shot at Canal Zone authorities
for dicrlmination and non-com-
pliance of the provisions of the
1930 treaty. Six ex Presidents
were called in to testily at a
hearing which preabded an As-
sembly resolution denouncing
certain inequities Panamaniansa
arm subjected to by Canaf Zone
nnallelet


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SArias wheo pg-
maa,. request a
on al the
*Nmft of 8e3st-
rated an gacl-
denee 'Ibay Nov.
I'a ard two
12i z edLntwo


the no's ted fat
On Nov. Wi; the Pt.



The reason for the surprise
wthdrawal of Point four was
ImWely r y known unal
-p hIn Deuember when Proe-
. .MfeifSB told a press cob-
fresse that the agreemet
whih gave the mindsmion tie
right to hire 1aa fite was u.
consttutlenal sand harmful to
to sovereignty of the Republic.


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Perez. Veterh
Porme No 42.


"J" and "K" street. Phone 2-34 9
Panem ,


HOLIDAY JUNGLE JIM JAUNT to
Darien Sponsored by Hotel EL
PANAMA. 3 full days, Leave Fri-
day January 2nd., 7:30 A. M. Re-
turn late Sunday afternoon, Jan-
uary 4th. Fishing through the
Pearl hisondb, visiting with the pri-
mitive Choco Indianl. -pearing
crocodiles, lack light hunting,
cruising up the Sarnbu rivet aboard
El Panama's Pescodore. Bring old
clothes, comfortable shoes, end
DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERA.
3 glorious days, $45.00 each per"
son. Special rate to club groups
wishing to charter boot for Darien
Pearl Islands trip. For reservations
phone Jungle Jim, Hotel EL PAN-
AMA, Panama 3-1660 or See your
Travel Agent.
MUSIC FOR D.nce --Jaspytini
Parties. Pete Rodriguez. Dance
Combs. Phone Aibrook
86-2207
REPAIR & REFINISH bamboo Furni-
ture, aU wrapping changed
new. In front of Balboa Garden,
Jimmy's Shop. ,
Dye: We dye dresses, suits, all kind
of materials. "Lavanderfl Tropitof*
plant, via Espe lt (SoBonala No.
830. Telephone 3-0i87. Branch,
East 24th and Central AverMa Te-
lephone 2.1346, Paname,


FOR SALE
mfena


FOR SALE-B-IMCULARS, Zenith,
8 x wide, angIl~eoated lens,
with c cost $69.00. Price $45.
"00. TRAILER all steel, one
wheel, 500 Ibs. Cap, extra wheel
& tire top, $40.00. TYPEWRITER,
Underwood Standard, condition
like new. Cost $168.00. Price $90.
00. Tel. 2-4376. after 8:30 p. m.
FOR SALE -Pioano Studio-mode,- i-
cellent condition. 44th Street.
House No. 38, Beltk Vista. Down*/
stairs.


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flew .m nd. sesp
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asagulay rev was In
Lhe FMARe of P a.


,,- An attempt by Col6n's Mayor ten -ro as prWeui0'
M oeyei W l0ve In the city 26 brou tnm "frono
8d- 1 to ray the same vehic
the toeh ee au panamanian eve bef .thUe ar-
r styiated on Dee. 0 when the of new SMW or, Gen.
etign Office notified Basin thtM a. .
p he nodd not raise the ratesW on traaneu or re.
t- those employes owing to existing a t .a d11 Me of Lt.
a acrmeata between Panama and -. 1 finance
h t ted State. n ir, health
An unusual musical concert In O W. Ri,

--* the Jose Iturbi recital when an one of the top level
nO y dome tax collector romn Pan- rW In history.
l' halre for $9M due hiss gov- LatAerAb national
aernmot for two concerts played stor hat hd con-
- by Iturbl. Wtion Oen .Rldg-
at When the worId renowneWiW, Mw 4d-in-
Ed. pianist refused to pay, putting elite CI an 1lSlmauW.,
the reaponm iblty on his man- Quarry He ts, war transer.
as ge rs, Concirtos Trapnell-81- red from his post as United
a- man, the concert came to a one- Nations supreme commander in
. hour alt while the contract was the Korean war to take over
n rought an read on the plat- from Gen. Dight D.D e fiower
t form as commander in chief of the
S Iturblthen concluded his play- North Atlantc Treat OraW -
0ot Ig of driers conceto. fltotl (NATO) in Europe, with
but A few days afterwards one of his headquarters n Ila.
tus- tA manage, W. 8. K. Trapnell, May p ae d a g iet o
W died eta heart attack. m buth t ealLJ~a e
(lre ttn aflt t middle ofn ow.11 r. in" ?
ant e;. w emag. ane bo te *s
stabb-pinpotdedne ahama
etedr be nIn te Daika
'-gete#MntgiaBAengof Pt m.
ame of de Wit on Neither at a pross m;confereno
MW rwedi the Ohase National following his arrival, not at the
Se Or tthhee- re did Sybold
o.ff Lte t s4Dtrutt gi any hints of any lime-
w a ate change planned for the
'..ilt Stabbings and me oCanal, otherOn topnromnse
*001e1iem1 dkh resulted that "whatever ehafi may
be necessary wil %e samd with

he M- 3 #fow l e hb* e woUld strive for better eeo-
,enor..b ue n-er
i gfur f & S total nomia conditions and higher
euefic totB Itspethin If no ol

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aWe their rights to participate
td Ut Pacific Leaguers moan.
ed that It was too late for a
playoff. So all the moneys they
had collected by public sub-
scription for the proposed trip
to the U. S. had to be refunded.
The entire controversy placed
a pall over the future harmon.
lans development of little
league ball n the Canal Zone.
(And at year's end the diffores t
groups had made no aitemi)t to'
get together to decide what to
do next time.) 11
COn MYul top brass of the
Canal Company arrived to as-.
EuWe their new duties. They.i
Incuded Lt. Oov. Harry Pax- I
,&n, Br en. Don Longlellow,
o. C yser, and Dr. Wal-i
ter 0. Nelson. [
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econvet, Wntd for some
I by Canal Zone noliee for i


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b ,% o ,i". l A' 6NAt' ".

e, Ma~.t l t st Reds sIe"
I. .8. g toAie st05. to

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somm" a*Ng atl ATai Re4
Chis charges U. L. bedaw -as
i i- W fl ,saq Us-
reau of Intefeul Revenuae.
an23yh at die. a fnr mnht lI
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:.-guntaf fWritain 800
ratesk trtas-5. 5*
Shin1tsl ulnusanf


Meo west lde leave 000
people homeless. .


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Saka Staffold p., eo.-
one wizard of Britat, dies at 82.
Ilta Andr.ws named Pdmt 4
now .iM Mad
Nigotations between frmee
SGermany over Su break
' a-Japan wia freedom. U. 8.
4etwr Hobm. Is sunkafter
co uon with erwer Wasp.

Clark aimed m wa t lagsaM w
des.
.80-Court voides teel esatme;
5f,000 workers wtrie, Soviet jtai
die on rench la.tbe nd t f
ib Pan Atme6 '*ilt
Ob aboard .m *ei .


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web qulak injucicne May DEW
S sweep Tokyo; one dead an
hurt.
$-3hJ Murray calls stea
Mtrike; seizure goes to Supret
CourtL II

teeo I ..
S-Trapep" akomonto"resa
115 baniJ mtoedone" uau
9-R4d pdsoners an ese IlMan
i Gen. fr- ais Dodd and *kxd
him captive.
to prevent revolt of cap



ft eawrAML Joa i tr a
teem letdet In Korea.
S235-Ioua votes as 1.1 i
billion in foreign alt. bill.
27-.1 fwee anq- Sofa algi
peace sonata West Semm i
loade Allied partner; -Rsd tlgbt4
Usual bod is a p i grPaL I
pourt g q1ali m fl a A tl V MmAM
W apeec ends ban on amoMe "mir

W- Sqate Nee I7J ble

ta IaNoalwsfa eewf U.S &flot
$l-Go. RMiway takes com*
iaMd of SHAPE as Elenower
bid sfew*ll.


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a worth $*bID,000
okpyn cturdh.
Fv. note4 phlos
I .
OW:rt TOitste9l


4 0eMs -o ii is e.UJ.
n~rr froe, ArMi ,
mmaln for eeMdeAUer.
Requests stel selat
a talks fail; Senate in rebuff
iis uvr'Tbt- rtley Law.
lt--.wdisb plane sht down by
S Lmtsep oer v altic.
i-be Da IS Increet In
OeN benefits: Threeday-ld
rail strike toa.
a lys Berti bresd.
Wet sale. Marina
in te i Ceanel of
a B at staff.
htnred UN r plaes
br power hubs In kea
. m welo Ta greeted ew
SStates in New York,
:Mw? a 'Wl 2*ent 'TruVman'veo
ha s Acheson says U. .
aito protect Berlin from


n ni

S1-Brolp fire causes 81 bil-
lion dUftalPaR.dd, 46 hurt.
. --en.mXiArtb uhr deNlWr
aGOP erfne-t a-b an uty to

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r &blat:W e mNibenm esa -
nam gu mats
7 It-Walter J. Donnelly named
'hgh ommlsudonr to Germany,
replacing John McCloy.
21-Demeraut wIdel aapil,.
pea vemuta Ie Chise.
23-Mossadeh back am Iranian
premier, order restored.
U8-Steel atrhe settled after 53
day with increase in pay and
StNM-4 semrati noemnate Stev.
Wms ad 8patatam.
1-GOreattSt f-lf raid of Ro-
fan war bits actorie on Talu
SINT


WHAT'G EXlT?


*AUGUST


1-Two U. S. helicopters co-r
plate first Atlantic flight.
I-Truman signs pact making
Bonn ally of wst
4-Mossadegh I gets dictatorial
powers in Iran.
-Aehema ays PaeUdie tane
is aee at peace. Korean Reds
chare Allies ase true sone as
lath for spies.
U-Stephen Mitchell named
chairman of Democratic Notional
Committee.
10-Ellis Arnall quits as price
11-Australia offers U. S. use of
defense base at Manus. Gen. Na-
guib tells Egyptian political parties
to reform or be abolished.
1t-New ItS billoi mtem plant
to be built in seoutierbsa Ohio.
15-Matyas Rako l named Hun-
gary's premier. CIO endorses
Stevenson for president.
19-Chinese Reds open parley to
Moscow eoneeranlar Asian prob-
lemas.
26--iseuthwer arges helping
nations escape Red yoke;: sees 8.
In great pera W. AltonI Jes, UV.
Sexeotdve n sbaa, to alvis ea" re-
viving oil output.
28-Valerian Zrin replaIes
Jacob Malik as Soviet represents.a-
tive in UN. American Legion de-
sands ouster of Dean Aebson.


* SEPTEMBER
2-Stevenson calls .for repeal of
Taft-Hartley Act.
10--Tea Demaeera bask EI.-
eahowe severe Truasahm. U. 8.
lsen desle seven jets nl KoreaE
PNma


11- lounn signs pact with Israel;
asres to pay $822 million. Soviet
Lapopmtes road bloc k at Allies'
Mun checkpoint.
it-4.en. Taft to help MElen-
Iower; bids followers back him;
two agree on basic issues.
17- 1 x Marine pilots die In Ko-
as es plane hits mountain in tog.
wdeapn" of V. L aggressile. Navy
awei ase of taled missle
agiel Korean trets. FBI selse
IS Mas as oemlraters against
U. &
19-Jet ban created in Green-
land hAr U. S.-Danish air defense.
Sovlu B52nd veto blocks admis-
S 0L Japan into UN. Joseph
SA4rt, presidential press aid, diel
54Jlxon bares $18,235 fund;
lva fatte to GOP.
,-bs4eveuss sbare s ,14
lae for 16ryear perledl
ThI Duoiion


* OCTOBER

4-Russia demands that U. 8.
recall Ambassader George Km
8-Tanks take World Series, de-
feating Dodgers 4-2.
S--Train wreck in London sub-
orb kfi 85.
14-4m A.semblj oveess stetty
arm predicted. Gen. Walter
8lh lbth praies President
Trames for erb eon\Red Inttd.-
15-4UN session picks Lester
Pearaon as chief.
I-Atn cuts ties witb Britain
ovea 4 controversy.
2a,4l0o Immunity tests are
smeaed as bensflelal.
25--Eisenhower says he would
go to Korea it elected.
28--Phlilppines and U. S. 'agree
on new defense measures. Miners
end strike on orders from Lewis.


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low duman yould overruff. and
South would then ruff o t dum-
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helm of Demoatle rik p,
10-Philip MuIay O g
die. at 68. Elsiahowam leli
Cabot Lodge for lisam e _
affair s .
11-Trygve Lre quite'UN
in attempt to nve p "'eac
T-Hydtdrgg belb b f
ments "hesral 't l ".
I-India u- esM
prior to reltrtls "i
confer; map Uaison eall o
fain.
20-Blseawor afflm stea
U. S.aB Kaor captives.
21-Dules and Wil~so at Se
Mbol Motor named to cabinet
by Ehal.hewur
H-wuat On d ald n
heapl ean MaMIN U
3 0--ar anhower name
Aldrich ambasuudor to Britfa.

DECEMBER

1-Eloenhower nets
Weeks Secretary of Comm
Martin Durkin, Secretary Labo .
3-Truhan overrun a WI .'e'
proves miner* 1$JO rins dIn
wage.
4-Walter Reuther elected C
president. Charles Killingwart
replaces Archibald Cox as WB
chief.
5--Isenhower completes
day inspection of Korea be
front; ofern "no trick solutline
-lItzhak Ben-Zvi elte4d 6 i
dent of IsraeL Fifty die In Mo
co as riots spread in North
14-Eisenhower arrives In N
York after Korea inspection 'tr
Red Chine turns down India pea
proposal regarding Korea. .i
15-UN guards kill 82 Red Sa
tives rioting at Pongam.
16-U. S. federal court Indic
Owen Lattimore on seven co
of perjury. -
17-Prelddent-eleot 3esenhbewa"-
and General MaeArthur meet
discus Korea war and wwl w S
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NOTE: Here's the new life with a tailored cotton hat end of- the room. The effect d 1. ; ch.w kinnn will ta l Agorica will t
B ut artMle that show sllp-cover in a beaUtiful coral was one or great golden light. ri sotrs lk rteA I&Rh corner MI4 -aama from tomo!-
uto keep yoar home picked up from thedatluan wal- As a final ligh touh for that &eNorway, ag? fo f Plot echon, day and 1 ,'
Budget down by arer mural. i~d of the rooN we took down lleat a ch is ite d alter, ~' Destiny
a on the job yourself. The fabric, with as Interestinq the old, worn ro er shades that eha a ch ber ict elymeans take pip in the Jewlah Wel-
rtment need as a "ll- textured surface, I golorlast shut out so much light and re- rehandf th V 1'.h pi ou of the sys. faS ad U.S.0. on Jan. w t 8
EW s, in midnature, to II- (Everfast) and wAflR dry-clean ralnced them with metal Venean southern Europe ftan y ,,t.lt t
te the decorating prob- beautifully. While it is possible blines in pure white, several slices of br .medg an.. cqu es, head barman at the
p I tany size hoe. to law er slpcoveres atess t lly,Inter eor ...f INe -a. a ,,nS$by thTha andlon
Sale t e nerlly best to ,bleve o.her Next: Yor willingl hands canM olive .o". ."'....



is ruhoinegf anerI ined co ch l ot a tailored bred.d and butter and Tth eBh ird Tn6ti um o( Na-
" vitor get otourhoepcover in tohe same fabric ut me eimenive outsIde often tloxmaoh h itesday wl er teangrues of


NOe fiWtn'preiton are new a ifewith adtale d eotc thatenanth drancBpasItwiroe
eA irThic't ito s ho l s chair got a d eep flounce to unnecesary.th yAoue.l- s eahient0cOwA t






11froom nd ktchenette contrast. WASHINOTON. Dee. 31 bW YORK, (N.eA,- An en-r[t. a.oneooffatpair in toe-roomiand MrT Tmmnt...Il Rlt0awules ,!D

kitehe hal canette wasn eyesore both wanted a lightunnyco. resident Tan disclosed t ou In l ather ommat N al Sp from
SIt hold homeby ae aln. lor at the studio couch e chose today that Britas rance and ad rehaonly ondttes DI. w martyrs who San Twep. w l0 e "





= asreMn hich enhanced another fabric dn Italy have she $2.500.000 themwh- are mass of certain victory aana to 1," and N
er the ent aor the i ving ? pattern called OrleIt s brli wos of sa g ioodp behind p w er. tst th catastrophes rEle-ia a7I e-
S htor taun of home ipcove Iln the sense abrc, the Ir but rIed ea p-of Comm m. e of w ex
of n sessions Ae in a pretty shade Of gold that ow In rane, which rToe sypwll. by eu
brenIt g a b t vNe Y ih ih de 9 "ac





,p~lef gave the screen a walpu- r o e areaat ad s de- m--tbs Sd heol tt.r drOsp owhd ich isn "Man
n artment project, telg cson wa d on "unusual noa ed "up f he aI u s ro w erl ouenple eaa boe twp, ID'ma ,B mdei b ir loiAno the conried Le of,
ed srectly anto both color o the sairs and ri th e wood It you've egot n It .the t Own t e
Ifiti% room and ktitbenetle contrast. uyWASHINGTON, Dec. 31 (utPath teai te esite tf theyfe trheoun. int yar e a.ds, ehre O?.1 zfh1ls LNat reoaprit h y ro th
a Y sed tK eba-Ane e e saind his v-ews on hthe prob preid t made islthar recommends wh att the cause n "W mw at c t
t lv room by a-lalnl are not only unchageto cept tiiny, twe aNetr eehog boe-ens t in 0 s a
screen Which enhan t reinforced as I mo an Italy hav e adde d 500000 h e ad oe are n i
aIa nRunbwtei e at the Iron C_,- but ruled acul it,, Y Oclia n en

we aoald and did paint aitipst the yelicV f a at baat-iisaa53g^ aM tcs of aer cularl. lik togo of^ Co'D
Si thr e same sandy mlae esdt- tha graata market placene or pfut ahe rejected omnist Ionl. ms anr tn s
f .the manor uIart of the ...rd he OMr. Trum attd under an Ftut an ewctoni sup he tOhurch ios r e terdayrwi
w. is- nWe could "eealdthr e chan th e at When d feallseathepoa h.sntk-n sUbl. or th.or meeeorul
r a ir awch eans are great bellever0i intlomU3fdreeeorm a
jidttL oa tesefen. so wr" a.e s. w-e doestdta
I next bect thine. And It a to cut ofiA d mlme and e.no- hir-aof-thedo" theaor e urc ".Measa not seek edt
to bethe most charm- lrOfte ic ard to natRu which w The Frenh yhae tw0 woras por.pwer utthe ete aP d-m.A'tm
we could have achev- iny ship trse materials for hanover which rtd vto ofUls;
taoot c puiemDoe.in 31n(UP byhartc that ptroe h t u the i a t s nthe matter. Os*e* a at i t' n'ao br ol r ngd V awefl
d the ere aan- v orh tteIo n de- ] ah e hs in e am.nd tie o ~oietd a ia in ,mt n d |'aozi"ro
emrn neo was be unusual er O gueue do boli*a b wIlnh cIs 1 la nnwawn 8wsllNs. don. -U
-al with a tropi. feeling na2ion0s, thp)e Pre. o cicuotynes'- W ch 1e mouth of wood. If you've got I- .ec h
p ledder Htrea n h b eor co in I that e lnd er ia n t o he t e' er L$ t t er .m


atd Louanianoerenn- o the UPate rsiaes, 0d pl --
1 h a u futhe r der* w fedttht he r e.nbut ruledof pm ned tate rhe L oOIsMf t. 4 anb n Motelteiai x
edu rsed .in Wthe baa nde tIoteaed toat oewly au-cim ereepre a daet trha reoendh0cs wha hecaw'a l l d 'n p' r
utW e reinan d a tor coa o mns.or ac lads t Iro C ei aded u i i a d 8. 1tele,
o and freedom. cludgr anch materials as loco- e r ng. m. e ,h wl deUlver tial o a i the rue
tactothebacenactsfesa celebrate Ne e'
red roPalaaere elWe gavo ent INowlY~r .ohievers in there .9sa- ,u
t scr ld reimOUtedbateshaai t-te whmc seeks to over, itod, maaer L,
screeo preme-Comnander, en. Mat-npassed.' ":" .... valriti 5 audaa anddes nounced today.
next sEetntAewnd.it. Ttoe messuae oAs rf m te law, he di- suc.te u electronir equip- hw.d dest no

ttoehe ms 'myend 71sthe clpmen the House af p.rehasvmha roller schedulee at 6 am. y
and my former associates in Senate Appro.-' _. tns. Armed ana ball ealni s.u. n d n t c n l.-
gantzatlon my best wished.for a committees.. e said all top of goods.
sew arFr-. government 44Fle---luding ofgoo
gave the sron l & ew r'Eve"We can hope that thls year the Central Int en e- hd muhlar-nt-e-V d In
litvhthawsabn uinul at ward essential goals. Thf President emphasisedenbt

m i~'~ w t. an nID iltae. rc3 1 or atomic Tonight, Tomgtoorrow

d see un' strength becomes more cIPbgn- thae nd altemrei but halt :he r Luther
v morni n at h. multiplRed, so that Western u- "Mr. shan reported that h ecil! esoikes fot New Of, nd
p d prehaItthahese rope will become a strong and Britan shipmed $ I8,18 worth o mn Ve s P andNe
t be trle Rev. Main- vgoros community for peace goods to Iron Curtain nations, Aly 5 1e1he am.-
and freedom. IncludingesUch materials as oon- *Rv. oarni.al .will deliver tla..t
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GriaL .! tt "all e0 bandagon with
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1Seth Ct b 4 9 tootIL go u DcutHar Yes, lolks. that
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ta idicaton thai t on t e&Wi *e winners of the
Thx aoa4afor games -on New
ti eX of e S eathe r team ie on the upswing and varis Bow ames on New
siat. Thu read for the league taft, The Year'a DSy. 0
S 0th.hnd a t are predicted for
d7ue to An giv- a plenty of t&oublie- f thd t*r Mls
ik onW a to opponent before he seao to t and untied
a all contests reis at :30 finIhed. Lat ea, the t a e Sugar Bowl,
:30 idrt = It ite5
.. ..1 fuwrsed litt. o tion to and xast noa. ut Tennessee
? v tacna-b6n aelBhtai teamniduring the firastnroWu nint ot c at
Jlao %iu Wil a the aUotis -came back to win all but n. e IAeu are being *
Saturday 'tta contest .Jn the second round of mad6 ce to Dr. Gaylord
tt their tolvOWIN to 6p. Zlobotny's um Progres me O boy bitnal
Ser teams in competl- e ohe teams are not rated gloI of priMtle e.
-. ghti opennlg as serious contenders for the t- Il1 iuth too. ated to
W's a 0n. tie, but they dan give any tea e toMla r. ORANGE BOWL
-~ tre 3 4C 8 Use 13observe
L. J. Wig plenty of trub on a give. t : observe s
,. -.le "the a*-* out what team e 5 ithe o i tal af-
ion atthe -s .or of. wth the crown fair _ed dos Wthe Owls ATOR BFOWi d
Slast Tula 13, Florfld
3 The1.arui for opengmh with. ames each And now,, folks, and goUN O
day be Fort AmSdW we up until sometne in April. ahead and pate I.Selec- Col. of Paclflo 27, Miss. oth'n 21
l." 4'tes ~ji~it, Us C oco olo at During that time, there will be tien in your hat. 1e-h SALAD BOWL
Wat i Naff~al, pSnof action and anything BO BOW San Diego N.T.C. 21, 101st
......^thenm'-' "rtatsattltlt e e tcan happen betre the cham lIon Wieonunl 14, Southern, CaIt A.Airbor S13
t 1 a at pi It i ad, 3rd will met ta improved ovetIot year a Mi.si& Wi Il ler. TIeh 3 Tenn. Tech 2, E. Tga State 18

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!e mana"ers "ave not bee made "- "New York U. t. t. John. 13.
.....soI a a antr will be availase ar Ware Fdest 8, Peuyaa 61.
Se -anagerts have not named a the adoulon tb attend is RB8l olerado 6, Oklahoma 61.
t mtk N "ato P re.. aTlltw, ,,, ferath lrn 0..
t d ftj~terb a+ t ,op etoefde Wi PETS CATB CRACEUOCS Georgetown 79, Seattle 70.
.: lit.e me.e he..,.. ..ub' "O S Northwestern 0.

th ed ., 'Te 'Of oWneOutboard Ra RA'IGH, N. C. (UP) -- Mrs. pgl .4, M higanl 3.
l Ao ibe maean will prent the Louise rhugart crashed l to a
r WOW a rae of t he r'dw yer6' the tree while trying to eall four Players Get Even Break
a,.Canal act C kitte riding the front at BOTON (UP) Hammy
-ew gh 67, Dartmo uth 61.

t, Jan. 1, starting a of her ar. n another sident, Moore, aner of the Boston
.a .t n and E .e.0 klia s c rds Blw lc ( a tAndehrs n N un terus ed t iZt all-neutral
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E T r Mansaita ToA
. au Jictk II of Panama
a .iliCs. o l'i c- Mar jlm

SeTrano Kid 6-
drat abroad In November
lE=# tt a convincing uma-
LIei .dledlln over .Sylvester
Ia _.tmen lost In the same
sit next month to Teals.
Satnance at fights wan-
,U"d .throughout the year
amost local promoters lnd-
inuton de red.
Se most overrated fighter of
r r proved to be Cuba's Cl-
wmooan who waa an easy
S feor Plummer. Federico
ebd out a unanimous decl-
i bver' Aorpeen April 20 for
Vfdatral Amerleln 2li-pound
Sa 12- rounder with all
iroud- going to-the Pftn-
:-hasebafL the fourth Carib-
:Bere, was planted I Feb-
a:,t the PanamA NiaUonal
.n Cuba won the series
victoria. and o6ie tie
H Lf Puerto Rico. Panmmi
uela .were deadlocked
place with three wins
fowftt -tie diatine-
,l l pme wit e tieun
afi 'hg te tba;Aublous
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rof the Broo.yn
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hg, sod .L. P
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nlll prim..rry
hibeh a a% si.o n,
roiWUi iln fr lwent'ci'en of-I
feet, May i1920, andi hainever'
been changed It calb tfor fligti U ri t wrI
to be diofded by a re{e t.hAnd
twj judgras ha setwed a P .a
wtourn fb world-wide boxing, .1 S IC o l 1nrnem
b;nt for lte Mberry. Leg
native action alone can change it .
2i aOetloU managOt take
their .aue to eot. theylU wiaby e butiUN d
a ract per margin thasn l tLb tou"..sN-
Ghliam ai-d ove their Ire, p etF th hlii the Thid.
vice ers. his they actuU I .Ci ll
should do for the jood of ti t totl. Touar-
beak-bueilng buineua. In more aes, .at o s Univenal
recent year, professional boxMig Spw AMC m *byW peeoed
hea been a-. sorry mesa, butIti ras e ia Ahflli.of the Gl-
would be nich *o oft teth -.6 i eou.
declaloci taken out of the' hani iay w al ame-
of accredited oftlicals and left it Ir 1 on tte tlea ly0na.
to the whim of a political ap- Si "s
pointee wh don't een know
we mcore.Ledhi teeri-
Jurtlee Held Referee'ml DeMIob ilAd HUi k%.he-Uhiveril-
W Was Fin'al St ls tlf na i.
In a bantamweight bout. n *i da M
New York, Jan. 21, 1921, Referee Sia e -
Ed Pokiack disqualllled Roy, e *C 1 rl
Moore for fouling, gave the fight
to Packey O'Oatty. There walo t st '
u foul rute In ttose early da thue LYiu Uhes'
ot the Walker-Law. ?the aWSR. a" th.6Buba
Commissioner Walter Hooke s01950' l..t.. to 4
reversed Pollack. Rd fl
O'Gatty and his 1%andlerjafked i8t. .ia. j-le-
a writ in Brooklyn Supremte 'tt iSU;htlo
Court for rectoratlon of the vie- lf. fShe.ore
tory on a foul. Ofit the I.S.the
Granting the writ three y l. t ..,
months aner the light, .Jutlic.
McOrate stated:
"If I were to decide an .out- b" ... -,p ;
eider coultl Interfere with the swufe
decision of the referee, a ot mlis l*.S
dangerous precedent, might beou.lt 'Volk
estasllshed. It will be -aafe to a- U .._ ___
Iume -- -lthough I do not Msy .-
that. In thI'scase it Is so that UDAVi Cl
ucu
thoe who interfere might have r
Ssde bet and therefore mit
dislike the decision and overrule .En Nfth +
"1 hold the decision of the re-l "
.fte under our state rules ie uUSww

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country,~ tt(fdmoot is .L1(tUone j7 di1Uf 48"d the
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0M R.Querrad oL esI elle or the S
:lmino. A 112 T rir l for the med Febt idS
V lasiqu og 10 ,1 .te C pol -;_ gt.

Chinm 0. cm is in I erns wrlstwatctsod the
-. tb d, will .be wded a
.-okiy table .clocd.k* th 'gol
137 .A Pool l eee. 4t1 I B g n .fyo___ will
L -sa the Doube ., .pi' es atla.

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This Friday ntht at the Bal-
oae Gym the H basketeerq will
attempt to hit -their winning
tride when they take on the Ju-
ior College quintet. A prolimin-
ry game will precede. the var-
icontest and will feature the
a..1igh Junior Varsity a-
tie BHS Preshmah team~
a will start at 6:45 p.m.
igiln feature.0oming on
this.
previousos meeting o,
i .telmas the JLa, Green
tttfl behind t the ed
*to ay,.b, tis defeat, and.all-
'.atgrel selves of at least
n-at ediac hl chance at thb.
A fuilorColl. victory would
iSt, Shout '.- fpi. to the
iLO..tlW he- ".so Friday
da o or d(t
Hre f..:K !" Wht
;144. warrim-7 lA
ame .with e t t alverr!l
ports teamin the lRlm iboxe.
ke a much Fil.dagg ela-
on, and tbtg'i&.ower. hope
ili wtl e0y over Mt the comn.
Ittb ewith tO'.G,.
nih l&ttwogaA JJ has
td to call-on-youn mi ae.rAl-
unt Dor tIf blunt ccor.
LW Utiwir. If flint' W M lfr i-


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twevu pnd if- hbe starts to
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Aus Troncos an d b Rowl at.
ihe guard spoitn. Fred Cutty
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bombers;, Bluebirds

core Close Wins.
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE "
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TEAM- Won Lost Pet.
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luebirds. ... .. 5 4 '
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